Paradise Graphics tablets for Xmas?By . Published: 3rd Dec 2002, 23:57:15 | Permalink | Printable
Paradise drop the price of graphics tablets - just in time for christmas.What's the point in having a news portal without bending it a little to help yourself out once in a while?...
Due to a special purchase of graphics tablets from the manufacturers, Paradise are now able to offer the PaintPal Deluxe graphics tablet for just £50 including postage -- just in time for christmas!
As the blurb on the website says: "The Paradise range of Graphics Tablets provide a superior input method for all types of graphics-related activities, as well as enhancing standard mouse-based programs and the RISC OS Desktop. Paradise's flexible driver software gives you full control of all the features provided by these tablets, including work area calibration, pressure-sensing curve, click pressure and button mapping."
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